Justice Amy Coney Barrett Unlikely to Side with Trump on Presidential Immunity – EVOL

President Donald Trump shouldn’t count on the support of Justice Amy Coney Barrett when the Supreme Court makes a decision on his presidential immunity claim.

However, Trump is still expected to see a favorable outcome when the Supreme Court rules on the case.

Trump-appointed Barrett’s questioning at last month’s arguments contrasted with that of her conservative colleagues.

Conservative justices seemed more concerned about the dire consequences of failing to give presidents enough immunity from prosecution.

Barrett’s thoughts, meanwhile, have many Trump supporters scratching their heads.

Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, and Clarence Thomas also expressed worry to some degree about a cycle of retaliation.

They warned of ex-presidents being targeted by their rivals on leaving office.

“You know how easy it is in many cases for a prosecutor to get a grand jury to bring an indictment and reliance on the good faith of the prosecutor may not be enough in some cases,” Roberts said.

The other conservatives focused on the future consequences of their ruling.

Barrett’s questioning, meanwhile, centered on Trump’s January 6 prosecution and Jack Smith’s urgency to bring the case.

“The special counsel has expressed some concern for speed and wanting to



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